Rene LaVigne: Iron Bow Technologies Recognized in CRN Tech Elite 250 List

Rene LaVigne
Rene LaVigne

Iron Bow Technologies has been recognized in The Channel Company's annual CRN Tech Elite 250 list of information technology providers.

Rene LaVigne, president and CEO of Iron Bow, said Monday the company's inclusion in the list for the fifth consecutive year validates Iron Bow's efforts to “maintain technical excellence.“

LaVigne added that Iron Bow leverages the firm's partnerships with IT manufacturers and invests in training, infrastructure and resources to help clients achieve business outcomes.

The CRN annual list is meant to honor vendors that invest in training and education to meet technical certification requirements set by Cisco, Citrix, Dell, EMC, HP, IBM, NetApp, Microsoft, VMware and Symantec, among others.

The Channel Company's research group and CRN editors jointly evaluated technical certifications to compile the list.

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